“For most people who were imprisoned in the ghetto, Radegast Station was either the first thing they saw after arriving or the last they saw of it before their death. The whole ghetto passed through this point.”
With a Swedish fan club meeting twice a year to celebrate the work of Polish stamp engraver Czesław Słania, TFN takes a look at the man few have ever heard of but whose designs inspired nations.
Consisting of 19 microphones with 360-degree recording capabilities, the ZM-1 mic is set to transform professional music recordings.
The event was organised by the Labour Mobility Initiative Association, a Kraków-based NGO, which seeks to promote service mobility on the EU’s internal market by organising workshops, conducting research, informing the public and intervening when necessary.
Ahead of Hurkacz’s match against champion Roger Federer in California tonight, TFN’s Nick Westerby takes a look at the 22-year-old from Wrocław and assess his chances.
According to newspaper Rzeczpospolita half of the units would be permanently stationed, but not within the framework of constant rotation, as is currently the case.
Ahead of Sunday’s F1 comeback, TFN’s Joanna Jasińska takes a look back at the racing legend’s extraordinary life.
Thanks to the robots, children will see on their tablets everything that is going on in the enclosures, and will even be able to visit parts of the zoo not usually available to visitors.
The new x-ray telescope will allow scientists to look into the deep universe where the first gas structures and super massive black holes formed.
A clean-cut hero with a secret mission, an impossibly beautiful femme fatale, personal drama, sacrifice and shocking brutality. On the eve of its premiere in Warsaw, TFN’s Stuart Dowell meets the producers behind new epic film The Messenger (Kurier).
Joanna Piotrowska has made a name for herself with her black and white photographs shot in close-up family environments that make a broader statement about the world we live in.